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Happiest Places Have Highest Suicide Rates

The happiest countries and happiest U.S. states tend to have the highest suicide rates, according to a study co-authored by Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu with Professor Andrew Oswald of the University of Warwick and researchers from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Both The New York Times and the Associated Press have released stories on the  research.  More ...

Hamilton Garners National News Attention Throughout 2010

Hamilton College attracted the media’s attention quite often this year in feature stories and news reports. Among the areas most often addressed by the media in covering Hamilton were topics related to the admission process.  More ...

Owen, Videras and Wu Publish in Review of Social Economy

A paper co-authored by Professor of Economics and Director of the Levitt Public Affairs Center Ann  Owen and Associate Professors of Economics  Julio Videras and Stephen Wu was published in the December issue of Review of Social Economy. “Identity and Environmentalism: The Influence of Community Characteristics” examines the influence of community characteristics on self-proclaimed environmentalism.  More ...

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WAMC's Academic Minute Features Wu
WAMC/Northeast Public Radio in Albany will feature a reading by Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu on Monday, Aug. 23, as part of the public radio station’s Academic Minute. The new program airs each weekday at 7:37 a.m. and 3:56 p.m at 90.3 FM in the Clinton area. More ...
Levitt Poll Included in N.Y. Times Op-ed
The most recent poll released by the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center was referenced in a New York Times opinion piece titled “Justin Bieber for President” which appeared on Saturday, August 14. The survey of high school students’ attitudes toward the U.S. economy and the performance of President Obama revealed significant differences in attitudes on both issues between African-American and white teens. More ...
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Jensen and Wu Publish Admission Research in Economics of Education Review
Professor of Economics Betsy Jensen and Associate Professor of Economics Steve Wu have published an article, “Early Decision and College Performance,” in the August 2010 issue of the Economics of Education Review. (Volume 29, Issue 4, Pages 517-525, August 2010) More ...
Steve Mello '11
Contraception in Rwanda is Topic of Levitt Fellow Research
Among the myriad problems facing Rwanda, population control is one of the most urgent. A 2000 Demographic and Health Survey found that only 4 percent of women in Rwanda were using contraception. This low percentage gives rise to several problems, including high infant and mother death rates. With his summer Levitt Fellowship research, Steve Mello ’11 is examining data from two demographic and health surveys to see whether an increase in contraception leads to healthier children. More ...
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Wu Joining Editorial Board of International Journal of Wellbeing
Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu is joining the editorial board of the International Journal of Wellbeing. This is a blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes timely original high-quality scholarly articles and book reviews focused on scientific and philosophical investigations into wellbeing. More ...
Members of Steve Wu's class who worked on the poll.
Levitt Poll finds African-American teens more optimistic about future than white teens

A panel of students taking Labor Economics with Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu presented the results of the most recent Levitt Center Youth Poll via webcast on Thursday, April 29. It surveyed high school students’ attitudes toward the U.S. economy and the performance of President Obama.  More ...

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Wu Presents Paper at American Economic Association
Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu presented "Lost in Translation: The Economics Ph.D. Pipeline for U.S. and Foreign Applicants" in a session on "Research in Economic Education" at the American Economic Association meetings in San Francisco on Jan. 4. More ...
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